Argyle Statistics

“The Place is Argyle.”

The Town of Argyle is a community known for its beautiful, rural setting and small-town lifestyle. Only minutes from Denton, Argyle is surrounded by woods and gently rolling hills. Residents moving to the area seek the peace and quiet of country living close to the conveniences offered by the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Argyle’s housing ranges from modest homes on small lots to custom-built estates situated on multiple acres. Available lots range in size from 1 – 2 acres up to multi-acre properties suitable for ranching and farming. Argyle is home to several of the world’s best horse ranches. In addition to prize-winning stallions, it is not uncommon to see flocks of wild turkeys, grazing cows, and deer as you drive down some of Argyle’s tree-canopied streets. Let Noble Classic Homes help you turn your dream home into a reality in one of the best communities in the state of Texas.

Argyle Information and Statistics

County: Denton
Region: North Central Texas
City Operation: General Law Type A-Mayor, Council Members
Fire Protection: Volunteer/Paid Staff (24 members, 2 paramedics)
EMT Service: AVFD
Police Protection: Argyle Police Department (8 officers)
Closest Hospital: Presbyterian Hospital of Denton (6 mi)
Closest Major Airport: Dallas-Forth Worth International Airport (17 mi)
Closest two-year college: North Central Texas College (10 mi)
Closest four-year university: The University of North Texas (5 mi)
Closest Major Sports Team: Frisco RoughRiders, AA Baseball (20 mi)


Argyle has a high percentage of family households compared to the national average.
Argyle has a stable population compared to the national average.
Argyle has moderate residential turnover compared to the national average.


Annual Precipitation: 37.79”
Average Temperature in January: low 32° F, high 53° F
Average Temperature in July: low 73° F, high 94° F

Statistics (as of 2012)

Population: 3,489
Housing Density: 212 residents per square mile
Median Age: 40.28 years
Median Travel Time to Work: 29.9 minutes
Cost of living index is 3.16% higher than the national average.
Median home price: $317,385
Housing type: 78.8% owner-occupied, 12.7% rental property, 8.5% vacant
Employment: 74% white-collar, 26% blue-collar
Average household income: $112,094
Education: 12.3% Graduate Degree, 31.7% Bachelor’s Degree, 5.4% Associates Degree, 22.6% Some College, 22.0% High School Diploma, 6% Some High School
Sales Tax: 8.25%

For more information, download the Town of Argyle’s Economic Development Corporation Brochure